Erstwhile “conservative icon” Ann Coulter continues to prove herself to be the Coward of the Country!
Coulter, author of In Trump We Trust and Resistance Is Futile (both failures), quickly became a member of the Resistance and has even declared herself Never Trump for the rest of her life in a remarkably rash and remarkably clear vow to the American People.
Those familiar with her work know that Coulter is prone to making rash and hasty decisions and intemperate declarations such as her vow quoted above.
Does she regret her words? Her rashness? Has Coulter, at the age of 57, yet to learn from past mistakes?
Conversely, has she fled the massive negative feedback from her views by retreating into other areas and missions?
Repentance and forgiveness are not part of Coulter’s repertoire. Admitting error, or weakness of any kind, is not in her moral or emotional DNA.
Indeed, Coulter lacks the courage to admit she made a mistake. Apologize? Never! Admit error or a moral failing? Not a chance!
At a recent event at the New York Young Republicans Club, Coulter exhorted the audience: “Be brave, be Christian, and don’t worry about Liberals.”
Does Coulter practice what she preaches? Decidedly not.
“Be brave, be Christian, and don’t worry about Liberals.” – These are not attributes which are prevalent in Coulter’s own life.
Has Coulter Kept Her Vow?
As of this writing, Coulter has written 25 columns since pledging to denounce Trump in every one of her columns for the rest of her life.
Did she follow through on her promise to her fans, her audience, herself?
Of course not.
Only five columns (20%) denounced Trump and/or his “bloodsucking relatives.” In some of the remaining columns, Coulter took a few slight snipes at Trump, but they were hardly denunciations. In other columns, Coulter tacitly defended Trump on the periphery.
In four columns, Coulter actually explicitly defended Trump (on Cohen’s porn-star payoff, fake Russian collusion narrative, false Epstein-Trump narrative, and phony Charlottesville-Nazi narrative).
Three columns addressed immigration and its societal costs and changing racial demographics.
Two columns condemned marijuana while a third addressed those incarcerated for drug-related crimes.
Two columns were devoted to Robert Mueller.
Two columns lambasted the Central Park Five.
One column covered Felicity Huffman and the elite college admissions scandals.
One column deified Thurgood Marshall while vilifying Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
One column vindicated Thomas Jefferson from historical revisionism while another column addressed historical revisionism and cultural Marxism in general.
One column explicitly attacked the Swamp (instead of Trump) and another column examined the relationships between Jeffrey Epstein, Alex Acosta, and Barry Krischer (tacitly defending Trump).
Coulter Has Not Kept Her Vow!
Either she quickly realized the foolishness of her vow, or she fears that by keeping her vow she will alienate the dwindling remainder of her fans, peers, and colleagues. Either way, Coulter has again taken the coward’s way out.
Coulter should either courageously own up to and apologize for making a mistake or she should courageously keep her vow even if it has a negative impact on her career and livelihood.
Coulter loves to be viewed as a courageous heroine, but, whenever the going gets rough, she chooses the easy (cowardly) way out. This is but the most recent example.
Joker: Ann Coulter Unplugged provides an in-depth, detailed analysis of Coulter’s worldview and character flaws which have led her to be so wrong in so many areas in which she regards herself as an expert.
Joker addresses the physical, mental, emotional, psychological, familial, sexual, and spiritual dimensions which have shaped the Ann Coulter that we know today and it highlights both the positives and the negatives of Coulter’s life and career.